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  1. Looks awesome, I hope you manage to keep the uncut bumper look!
  2. Really need to invest in a diff myself, box has been rebuilt but its on my "Nice to have but it doesn't need it to run" list! What kind of power are you expecting out of yours? GTX over my GT - although mines been rebuilt with some billet bits. Are you sticking with standard intake manifold? I'm trying the 5e manifold on mine with the longer runners so that'll be interesting to see how it fairs.
  3. Not much to update at current, feel like this year I've not touched it much and I've been sidetracked with other projects but finally got some time on it this weekend, I finished ripping off all the old brake lines, I'm running HEL braided lines from the master straight to the callipers (Rear via a bias valve), so got those run in, finally fitted the driveshafts and got a few odds and ends sorted. WEPR supplied my K20 coil plate and the dizzy blank so I've fitted those.. In talks with a few places about loom etc, current options are looking to be either LINK or ECUMaster, unsure on which at current. Hoping to start picking up some progress soon, feels like I'm at the bitty jobs now!
  4. Saw this on ebay, was an absolute bargain, Build looks good, need to get me some K20 coils, got my adapter plate from WEPR worth looking into!
  5. Still plucking away slowly... Brakes all fitted, new windscreen is in and tidied up a few little bits...
  6. Between the toothed cog for the timing belt and the pully for the power steering/alternator.
  7. 5e will make more torque but you'll loose some of the revvyness of the 4e. Personally I'm going 5e for the extra displacement
  8. Bit of an update, Hubs have all been stripped and rebuilt with new bearings etc... whiteline front arb fitted and the anti-lift kit also. Turbo is back from Midland Turbo, GT2860R with a Hybrid Billet wheel, rated for 410bhp. Making progress slowly, next big hurdle once the turbo kit and exhaust has been fabricated is working out somewhere to make me a complete engine and interior loom! Fitted the Livesports rear spoiler and rear lip finally also, seats are fitted also! Brake kit has been ordered from Keri at WMS also! Hoping that will be here this week - braided lines from MC to rear have been fitted with an adjustable bias valve, next hurdle I'm working on is the AN fittings and the brake lines! I also managed to find a picture of it back in 2010(?) when it was still white!
  9. update... Engine is now fitted into the bay, rear poly windows are all fitted, interior is almost done. Got the front end back on now the engine is in... now just to get the front suspension fitted and get it back rolling.
  10. I realise I haven't updated this for a while.... a fair amount of progress. Engine has been built, respray has been finished, cage is fitted. Next I am just awaiting the poly windows to get them back in, then I'll be concentrating on getting it rolling again, Once its rolling it'll be time for the turbo kit, and loom. Lots of pictures, sorry!
  11. You may be able to get to it without removing the wing, drivers side between the chassis and the wing it runs, clipped just above the arch liner.
  12. Yes you'll notice above in the second pick the plug is different on the sensor, on that model instead of the two separate sensors they went to one sensor that does both. You can butcher the plugs to make them both fit the one sensor or alternatively if you can get an off-cut of a loom you can re-wire it to work with just the one sensor. It will work without it, I'm pretty sure its just the temp wire for the dash however obviously you won't be able to keep an eye on the temps. I was sure they still had the additional port but this looks like it might not be the case.
  13. Does the other housing have all the sensors in already? The hole isn't in exactly the same position but should fit in somewhere.
  14. The pin for the wire is actually an additional sensor. In some models the temp for the dash is part of a 3 pin sensor, you should be able to swap the sensor over to the other housing and it work
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